TSA and Teacher Union

Putting down the book I’m reading to share these two articles with you.

Michael Maharray of the Tenth Amendment Center has an article reporting:

Rep. David Simpson (R-Longview) introduced a package of bills into the Texas House of Representatives on Tuesday that would challenge the TSA’s authority in a number of ways. The first bill, HB 1938, prohibits full body scanning equipment in any Texas airport and provides for criminal and civil penalties on any airport operator who installs the equipment. The second bill, HB 1937, criminalizes touching without consent and searches without probable cause.

GO TEXAS!

and in Tennessee…

Warner Todd Huston at Publius Forum writes:

Back in October of 2010 the Summer County, Tennessee School Board decertified the Sumner County Education Association (SCEA), the union for county teachers, because it no longer satisfied the law by counting as members fifty percent plus one of the total number of employees requiring a teaching certificate. This, school board officials said, means that the SCEA can no longer engage in collective bargaining for teachers.

Tennessee State Representative Debra Young Maggart has introduced a bill that would make it illegal for any school board to have to negotiate with a teachers union at all HB 0130 would eliminate collective bargaining for teachers in the state.

GO TENNESSEE!

(exciting, but it’s agony waiting for some of these bills and efforts to actually PASS!)

March 4, 2011  Tags: , , , ,   Posted in: Uncategorized

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